Medical Definition of Hyperacute rejection

1. A rejection that usually develops in less than one hour from the implantation of a vascular graft, a form of antibody-mediated, usually irreversible damage to a transplanted organ, particularly the kidney, manifested predominantly by diffuse thrombotic lesions, usually confined to the organ itself and only rarely disseminated, for skin allograft rejection of this type, see white graft. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperacute Rejection

hyperactive
hyperactive child syndrome
hyperactively
hyperactiveness
hyperactives
hyperactivism
hyperactivities
hyperactivity
hyperacuities
hyperacuity
hyperacusia
hyperacusic
hyperacusis
hyperacute
hyperacute purulent conjunctivitis
hyperacute rejection (current term)
hyperadenosis
hyperadiposis
hyperadrenalcorticalism
hyperadrenalism
hyperadrenocorticalism
hyperadrenocorticism
hyperaemia
hyperaemic
hyperaesthesia
hyperaesthesias
hyperaesthetic
hyperaggressive
hyperalaninaemia
hyperaldosteronism

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